Microsoft finally launched office for the iPad today and made Office for iOS and Android free, but it isn’t done there after revamping OneNote for iPad to match its other Office apps.

In addition to being redesigned for iOS 7, the app now crops and enhances photos of whiteboards and documents automatically, making it more convenient to add multimedia to notes and messages.



OneNote is Microsoft’s competitor to Evernote and Google Keep, and is particularly suited to those using desktop devices running Windows. The Android version remains unchanged since January, when it got native sharing and widgets.

➤ OneNote for iPad

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